The Major League Baseball game between the Los Angeles Angels and the Seattle Mariners had to be interrupted for 23 minutes because of a massive brawl between players from both teams.
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Battle between baseball players from Los Angeles and Seattle.
The incident took place in a brawl from Sunday to Monday. The heated conflict resulted in the suspension of six players, as well as Mariners coach Scott Servais and Angels interim manager Phil Nevin.
The tension between the two teams started the day before in the game between the two rivals, when Mariners pitcher Erik Swanson narrowly missed the head of Mike Trout from Los Angeles.
The players also carried the hostile mood into Sunday’s game. In it, Angels-pitcher Andrew Wantz first threw a ball just past the head of Julio Rodriguez and later hit Seattle batter Jesse Winker on the right side.
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At that moment, Winker stopped breathing and turned his anger and steps towards the home sofa. And the fire was on the roof. Next, the baseball players of both clubs got into each other and the game had to be interrupted for 23 minutes.
In addition to the direct actors of the instigator of the mass struggle, Wantz and Winker, and the two coaches, Raisel Iglesias and Ryan Tepera of Los Angeles and of the visiting team Rodriguez and Crawford, were also kicked out of the game.
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